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tennessee to senator weicker. this letter came from tennessee with no return address and with an oily substance on it. it was troubling. my staff alerted authorities, as they should have. it was tested. lou: and, of course, another tested. directed to the president. i want to turn now if we may quickly to the gang of a legislation unveiled today. putting it forward at 2:38 a.m. are you hopeful that this will be the foundation of a successful legislative process end result and law and reform, true reform? >> i sure hope so. we have waited a long time, as you know, for a subset of komi for reform. we think that this legislation represents that. is a bipartisan piece of legislation. there are things in there for everyone to like and everyone to hate as well. but we think that it has the right balance. border security, first and foremost, a workable plan. employer enforcement. a mechanism to deal with those who are here illegally now, short of supporting everyone. lou: as you know, senator sessions, number of other critics stepped forward immediately to say that this legislation is inadeq
. senator weicker has been assigned a protective detail. >> a deadly meningitis strain has killed two men in southern california. health authorities believe this one is spread through intimate contact. meningitis causes swelling in the brain and is considered lethal if not treated. los angeles held up tories held a press conference yesterday saying that two men who recently contracted bacterial meningitis were both at a gathering of thousands of gay men in palm springs. they are offering free vaccines in west hollywood to anyone who thinks they are at risk or had reason exposure. >> police determined that a bomb threat at a tv station and hollywood was a hoax. the lapd said someone called 91 want to say there were going to detonate three devices on the north side of the tate-t-l-a. about 100 workers were evacuated. a bomb squad, using bombing sniffing dogs, search the area but nothing was done, and all clear was given about two hours after the call. the incident comes just one day after the boston marathon attack. here is a live look at san mateo and your temperatures will be a high of 70
seriously. when you have an elvis impersonator going after the president's and senator weicker, i am sure there is no one that finds it funny, but to me it is bizarre beyond belief. >> it has to be a killer impersonation. had to do it. i just have to perry is going to be great for the jury to see this. lou: will this go to jerry? is this fellow not so obviously deserves that -- >> you may be disturbed, but it is pretty difficult to assert an insanity defense successfully. because it's really not enough to get this guy off the hook with insanity as a defense. lou: you go said seeing a conspiracy over body parts, i mean, this is getting a little more than just, you know,,weird. >> it is definitely a little bit more than weird. certainly helps. his plea of insanity. the insanity defense itself is very complex command it really does require the defendant to prove that he basically -- i mean, to put it in the least complicated way possible, had no idea of right from wrong and did not know that what he was doing was wrong command as possible. yes, to get the defense, but it sounds like that is
in washington. >> reporter: obviously the question here is, this letter to senator weicker, perhaps part of a more broad plot that involves the bombings in boston. it does not appear to be that. according to officials on capitol hill, the writer of this letter is someone who writes frequently to senators. he is known to law enforcement officials, and he is from mississippi. this letter was postmarked from and this, tennessee. we are expecting more details of this from the capitol police a little bit later this evening. neil: you know, nevertheless, we were chatting before the show about odd timing, coincidental timing. if this fellow who wrote this letter might have been involved, have a history of writing letters, not necessarily with this compound and then. it could be a separate issue, but it is raising concerns about the same kind of scary sequence of events that we saw after 9/11. are people thinking that, quietly fearing that? >> that as -- that is absolutely right. that is the quiet here. officials are trying to tap that fear down by giving as details of what happened. the good ne
. always on the defensive about everything. >> thus he says he also met senato weicker. and spencer, kron 4 news. >> catherine:he pleaded not guilty in court earlier this month. syria chemical weapons-rp duet evidence that chemical weapons have been used i >> jacqueline: the combination of those three things can cause a fire warnings. let's talk about hot temperatures. 95 in not today, 93 in antioch, 92 in fairfield. we also saw 90 in concord, plaza deal. even our bay shore is, quite warm in the '80s. this afternoon with 77 in san francisco. right now, eight things a lot more comfortable with things especially to the coastline. still in 91 out in fairfield. we're in for a mild night tonight. also, we will see wins-wind speeds pick up. 14 mi. per hour winds in san rosa. we will see mild conditions, wind really picking up tomorrow. and the combination of when the raising of fire conditions. we will talk more about that and temperatures warming up in to record highs coming up. up three games to one over the nuggets, the golden state warriors' head back to denver with an opportunity to close th
screening center on capitol hill. senator weicker and his staff are ok. he has been given a protective detail. ricin is a highly toxic substance. at present about the size of the head of a pen can kill adult. >> a deadly meningitis strain is killed two men in southern california. health authorities believe this one is stripped out into contact. meningitis caused swelling in the brain and is considered lethal if not treated. los angeles health authorities held a press conference yesterday saying that the two men recently contract of bacterial meningitis or both at a gathering of thousand gay men in palm springs. they're offering free vaccines in west hollywood to anyone who thinks they are at risk. >> pat summerall, a football player turned legendary play-by-play announcer, died tuesday at age 82 of cardiac arrest in dallas, texas. summerall and a total of 50 years as part of the nfl, as a player in that hall of fame broadcaster on cbs and fox. is final broadcast with john madden was 2002 superbowl. is broadcast 16 superbowl of more than any other announcer in he had a column boys alo
of mailing a letter said initially tessed positive for the deadly poison ricin to senator weicker and president obama and a mississippi officials. the 45 year-old was arrested at his home seven curtis 100 miles east of mfs it worked -- he had previously worked as an elvis impersonator. i am arthel neville. connell: back to the explosion in texas in the town of west we have seen that the weather is the bigger issue. dagen: so now we go to our meteorologist has the latest from fox weather center. we did have strong thunderstorms that rolled through the city of west texas and just to give you a frame of reference if you don't know where it is it is 20 miles north of like a texas 80 miles south of dallas. the strong storms rolled through this morning and with a significant drop in temperature ready for the thunderstorm hit it was 74 degrees right afterwards it was about 53. 21 degrees temperature drop within the span of one hour to bring the infrared image from the satellite out in space that was able to detect the heat signature from the city yesterday 8:00 p.m. central time in the s
're still contending with rain. >> you will need your weicker's in concord. keep an umbrella handy if you are around san raphael. >> highway 101 seeing light rain the same for san francisco. >> looking at the mid peninsula we are picking up light rain. and isolated showers around palo alto. >> that will continue north and continue eastward. >> this will be the store for the next couple of hours. keep in mind we could see a spotty showers through the afternoon. there is not too much on the backside of the system. we still saw impressive rainfall totals. >> 24 hours of the pretense of an inch for s f o. three- quarters of an inch for santa rosa. >> not much rain in livermore but we still gained more than a 10th of an edge. 3 tenths of an inch for concord and not that much in mountain view. >> we have seen quite the spread. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows a potential for unsettled weather into the week end. and western we see will probably stick north of the golden gate bridge. check out the sunshine, warm weather on the way heading into tuesday and wednesday. temperatures
. senator weicker has been assigned a protective detail. >> a deadly meningitis train has killed two men in southern california. health authorities believe this one is spread through intimate contact. meningitis caused swelling in the brain and is considered lethal if not treated. los angeles health authorities held a press covers the answer is saying that the two men who had recently contracted bacterial meningitis or both at a catering gathering of thousands of gay men and palm springs. they're offering free vaccines in west hollywood to anyone who thinks they are risk or had recent exposure. they're doing that at a clinic in las angeles. police determine that a bomb threat at a tv station in hollywood was a hoax. the lapd says someone called my will want to say they're going to detonate three devices on the north side of the ktla. about a hundred ktla workers were evacuated. a bomb squad, using bouncing dogs searched the area but nothing was found and the all clear was given about two hours after the call. >> the live look for you at the golden gate bridge, a beautiful start this wedn
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